Arsenal legend Ian Wright mocked Cesar Azpilicueta after Hector Bellerin's equaliser vs Chelsea

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Arsenal managed to snatch an unlikely draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.

The Gunners endured an awful start and they went down to 10-men after just 26 minutes.

Shkodran Mustafi, who was making just his fourth Premier League start of the season, allowed Tammy Abraham a clear run at goal after a poor back-pass.

The Chelsea star rounded Bernd Leno and David Luiz desperately dragged him down with the goal at his mercy.

The Brazilian was given his marching orders and Jorginho converted the resulting penalty in what was a double blow for Arsenal.

You would never have guessed Arsenal were a man down, though, and they were on level terms thanks to Gabriel Martinelli's brilliant solo-goal 18 minute after half-time.

However, Chelsea appeared to have won it through Cesar Azpilicueta in the 84th minute.

The Spanish defender poked home and then proceeded to poke his tongue out at the Chelsea fans.


But Hector Bellerin's left-footed curler just three minutes after rescued a point for Arsenal.

Michy Batshuayi had a golden opportunity to win it for the home side but he missed the target from just a few yards out.

And Arsenal held on to secure a valuable point.

Ian Wright was working as a pundit during the game and he was understandably ecstatic to see his side battle to a point.

And, after Bellerin's equaliser, he made sure to mock Chelsea's captain.

"Hey Azpi, Azpi!" He screamed while celebrating like a lunatic with his tongue out.

What a character. You've got to love Wrighty. Azpilicueta must regret celebrating in that manner now.

Wright was not happy throughout the whole game, though.

The Arsenal legend has been highly critical of Mustafi in the past and he was not very complimentary of the defender at half-time.

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"We saw his heartfelt message to fans on social media, the problem is he's not good enough," he said.

"He's had multiple chances at Arsenal, and he continues to let them down. I'm not digging him out or anything, he's not good enough.

"They are playing him because they've got no choice and that's unfortunately why Arsenal can't get rid of him."

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